Love milk tea? CoCo, your favorite source for milk tea and fruit drinks, just opened the CoCo Chill Camp at SM Megamall Fashion Hall. As a show of gratitude to their fans, CoCo launched this three-day event which includes activities, merchandise, and of course, your drinks of choice.

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If you haven't tried it yet, now is your chance to grab a cup of the CoCo's newest offering! Introduced this September, the Caramel Chocolate Cream Slush (P155) is for those with a sweet tooth. "We wanted to create a unique offering that we know the Philippine market would be drawn to," says General Manager Larry Tan in a release. "What's better than caramel and chocolate? This is definitely something new beyond the milk tea that CoCo is known for."

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FN Tip: If you're not a fan of sweets, go for the lowest sugar level.

Of course, you can still enjoy your old tea favorites, such as Panda Milk Tea and Passion Fruit Tea Burst.

One more thing you may want to check out is CoCo's merch kiosk at the event! Grab yourself a shirt and a metal straw before heading out.

The CoCo Chill Camp will run until September 19.

For more details on CoCo's events and promos, follow them on Instagram.

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